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In Oyo Immigration Service smashes human trafficking ring

Our officers at Agunrege, along the Saki Road, intercepted the trafficker and the victims on their way to Burkina Faso for prostitution and all of them have confessed to it.

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The Oyo State Command of the Nigerian Immigration Service, has arrested a 25 year old human trafficking kingpin, Favour Airhuoyuwa.

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She was arrested while trying to smuggle three ladies to Burkina-Faso.

According to the Oyo state Nigerian Immigration Service Comptroller, Innocent Akatu, “Airhuoyuwa has been living in Burkina Faso for the last two years, and has established herself as the head of a prostitution ring. The victims were meant to expand her business network in Burkina Faso.”

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Job hungry Nigerian graduates scrambling for test papers at the infamous Immigration Service recruitment exercise held in Abuja March 15, 2014.

 

Adding that “Our officers at Agunrege, along the Saki Road, intercepted the trafficker and the victims on their way to Burkina Faso for prostitution and all of them have confessed to it.”

In here defence, the suspect, Airhuoyuwa, said “I got the ECOWAS passports for them to ease their journey.”

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One of the girls who spoke said she wanted to back out when she realised that she was going to work as a prostitute, but she could not, because Airhuoyuwa threatened her.

 

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